Domaine Michel Brégeon, in the Muscadet-Sèvre-et-Maine appellation, was founded by Michel's grandfather. In 1975 Michel Brégeon took the domaine over from his father, he retired in 2012 and sold it to Frédéric Lailler, a former agricultural worker who had learnt about winegrowing at the domaine. Covering an area of eight and a half hectares, the vineyard has siliceous clay soil with Gabbro subsoil and is currently transitioning to organic cultivation (certification is scheduled for 2019). The new owner produces fine Muscadet wines, which have great ageing potential
About the cuvée
Sèvre & Maine Muscadet sur Lie delivers fruity aromas (citrus, white and yellow fruit), with iodine notes. It has great volume on the palate with fullness, tension and freshness, and it is well balanced and indulgent overall. This wine is a good pairing with shellfish, grilled fish, and poultry.
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